It’s official. As of January 13, 2020 the National Hockey League resumed regular season play for the first time since March 12, 2020. The league has come back with an abridged 56 game season, with teams playing in home and away blocks. All this news regarding the NHL means one big thing: the Philadelphia Flyers are back in town and ready to rumble. After a tough Game 7 shutout to the New York Islanders in August, the rebuilt and ready-to-go Bullies were placed fifth for the likelihood of a Stanley Cup Final appearance by Vegas odds. After a painful home loss to the Chicago Blackhawks in their last Stanley Cup appearance, perhaps this is the season that the Flyers come out on top. Here’s a recap of the Flyers first ten games, which have landed them at 7-2-1 (15 points) and atop the Eastern Division.